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candidate paul ryan is in new hampshire. this is not a live picture, but him at the event from this morning. despite the small size, new hampshire has become a key battle ground state. ryan was there just last week. the latest polls show the president ahead of mitt romney in nine battle ground states. mr. obama's biggest leads are in ohio, new hampshire, and iowa. of course, this could change in the weeks to come. the tightest races at this point are nevada and north carolina. the national average of those polled has president obama with a 49.5%, the potential vote 44% for romney. >>>in this weekend's presidential address president obama is calling on congress to help homeowners. >> last week mortgage rates were at historic lows. but instead of helping more and more hard working families take advantage of those rates. congress was away on break. instead of worrying about you they had already gone home to worry about their campaigns. >> the president says congress has yet to act on legislation he sent them in february that would save homeowners about $3000 a year on their mortgages. >>> the
2 news. >> the next debate actually will feature vice-president joe biden and paul ryan. it takes place one week from today in danville, kentucky and will focus on foreign and domestic policy. president obama and mit mitt romney will face off two more times. they will met there then and their final debate is then there. >> 8:16, death row at san quintin could become a thing of the past if voters approve that. if that happens the death sentences of more than 700 would by commuted to life without the possibility of parole. san mateo district attorney says the punishment should fit the crime. >> what is the right punishment for the evil perpetrated? it is not just about the killer, it is about what the killer did. >> it is about possible policy, how do we spend our criminal justice dollars, what really keeps us safer. >> woodford is a former warden there. the says eliminating the death penalty would save california 100 million dollars a year. >>> privacy advocates are mad at the governor. he revowed a bill that would have prevented them from turning off service. that was in respons
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